Charles Allan Rich was an American country music singer, composer, and musician who lived from December 14, 1932, until July 25, 1995.
His varied musical approach, which included elements of gospel, rockabilly, jazz, blues, country, and other genres, was frequently challenging to categorize.
Where did Charlie Rich live?
Charlie lived in Memphis.
Rich, a member of the Grammy Hall of Fame known as “The Silver Fox,” spent 22 years of his life in the Memphis region before his away in 1995.
After his passing, his late wife Margaret Ann relocated to Germantown. She passed away a year ago.
Through the 1950s, Baker received a lot of media attention and critical acclaim, especially for the albums It Could Happen to You (1953) and Chet Baker Sings (1954), which featured his vocals (1958). Baker’s early career held the promise of “James Dean, Sinatra, and Bix all rolled into one,” according to jazz historian Dave Gelly.
His reputation and fame were partly fueled by his widely reported drug use. Prior to seeing a professional revival in the late 1970s and 1980s, Baker was constantly in and out of jail.